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Dairy calf care: When to assist, what to do

Dr. Harry Momont has trained veterinary students on calving practices for more than two decades at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine. FULL STORY »

Dairy calf care: Get a handle on dystocia data

Colorado State University professor of veterinary medicine Frank Garry suggests dairies can improve calf survival by monitoring and improving calving management. He recommends regularly recording and tracking. FULL STORY »

Dairy calf care: Every delivery is special

Focusing on this often-overlooked management area can pay big dividends. FULL STORY »

6 questions and answers about rumen development in calves

Make the most of rumen development.Could you be doing a better job of developing the rumen of your calves? FULL STORY »

Herd health: Making a case for case definitions

Internal benchmarking is a great tool. External benchmarking is difficult. FULL STORY »

Activity and rumination monitors enhance excellent genetics

What do you get when you combine excellent dairy genetics, a dedicated dairy management team and an intimate glimpse into cow activity and rumination time? FULL STORY »

Wednesday's CME Dairy Market Recap

Wednesday brought a massive trend reversal to the entire dairy complex. Class III and cheese futures settled down the limit in Oct and Nov. FULL STORY »

Ag markets posted mixed closes ahead of Thursday's USDA reports

Traders were looking forward to Thursday’s USDA reports Wednesday. Expectations for a massive corn harvest have weighed heavily upon the market this summer. FULL STORY »

Value-Added Dairy: Milk is not milk

We are told there is nothing nutritionally different between types of milk. But, what if other characteristics are changing the way our milk is consumed and valued? FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Class III futures, butter push higher

We don’t foresee a major price correction taking hold of the Class III, cheese or butter markets today, but in the coming weeks these lofty prices should begin eroding. FULL STORY »

Row-wide autonomous robot applies fertilizer

A start-up company began testing an autonomous robot for applying sidedress fertilizer in Minnesota this summer. The main trial work appears to have been for use of a late-season application of liquid fertilizer in corn. FULL STORY »

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